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China weakness hurts South America’s growth

Miami’s international trade may weaken in coming months due to plummeting commodity prices, which slid to a 13-year-low this month, according to the Bloomberg Commodity index. As of Tuesday, commodities slightly edged back upward. Miami’s major Latin…

Mayor Urges Local Group To Bring Marlins Stadium Plan To Fruition

With new marching orders from Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas, a local group created by Gov. Jeb Bush now shoulders the task of brokering state and City of Miami agreements that…

Downtown One Miami Neighbors Block Project Design Ok

Construction of a condominium in downtown Miami — the first one in 18 years — and an accompanying office tower may face delays if neighboring property owners continue to oppose…

Arts Center Contract Gives County Options But No Final Pricetag

Miami-Dade County's award of an at-risk construction management contract to Performing Arts Center Builders Tuesday still leaves the county without a final price or a secured construction contract for at…

Teleglobe Internet Firm Signs For Ebase In Doral Park

Teleglobe, a provider of global Internet services, has leased space in Doral e-Commerce Park for one of eight Internet data centers that will kick off a new worldwide initiative.…

City Oks Proposal For Watson Island Yacht Marina

Miami city officials will begin seeking proposals on Jan. 8 for construction of a mega-yacht marina and other water-related projects on the northwest quadrant of 86-acre, manmade Watson Island…

Inkind Services Line City Pact For Childrens Museum

Miami Children's Museum officials, trying to build a home of their own, have reached an agreement with city officials about rent payments for a site on Watson Island.…

Charter School Site Now West Of Miami Police Station

A charter school proposed for downtown is on the move again, this time directly west of Miami's police station at 400 NW Second Ave.…

New Buildings At Barry Seen Transforming Campus Ambience

A trio of new buildings at Barry University, financed by a $27 million bond issue, will change the face of the Miami Shores campus, said Tim Czerniec, senior vice president…

Business In Miami Bullish Says Beacon Council Survey

Of 220 firms surveyed, 66% expect their sales in 2001 to rise, 64% expect higher profits than in 2000, and 45% expect to employ more workers next year.…

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